Radically Different Method Empowers Women

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Radically Different Method Empowers Women

08 March 2013

Concern Worldwide today revealed that a radically different approach to producing agricultural crops in developing countries has shown impressive results in terms of higher yields, earlier harvests, lower labour demands, and an increase in the empowerment of women.

Here is an extract from the press release, which can be downloaded by clicking the link below:

Women make up two-thirds of the global agricultural workforce, yet they are faced with significant inequalities. While there is no single solution to tackling the inequality towards women with regard to land tenure, credit, markets and farmer training, the findings of our study demonstrate that radically different and relatively simple farming methods empower women in agriculture while boosting crop yields.

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Radically Different Method Empowers Women

Concern Worldwide today revealed that a radically different approach to producing agricultural crops in developing countries has shown impressive results in terms of higher yields, earlier harvests, lower labour demands, and an increase in the empowerment of women.